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Visual integration in Human eye

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Types of neural network that you 'might' find in the visual system?

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A human eye contains about 125 million rods and 6 million cones and together account for about 70% of all receptor cells in our body. Of these two receptor cells, rods are the more sensitive but they do not distinguish colors. Rods can detect very low light intensities and are ...

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A human eye contains about 125 million rods and 6 million cones and together account for about 70% of all receptor cells in our body. Of these two receptor cells, rods are the more sensitive but they do not distinguish colors.

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